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This is the 4th article in my series on Understanding your soil. The previous 3 articles discussed soil types, nutrients and composting. This article is going to give you information on mulching and discuss the pro's and con's so you can decide whether you want to mulch or not. Mulching has become very popular over the last 10 years because there are some fabulous benefits. Less known are the negatives of mulching the most serious being inadvertently raising your soil level.

There are lots of different mulches to choose from and the one you use depends on what style of garden you want to create. Some people like the modern look and love using stones where as other people like the country look and choose more a natural mulch such as pea straw.

Mulch is a layer of organic material that is spread over the surface of the ground to about 30mm thick to reduced evaporation from the soil; therefore conserving water. In hot weather it is extremely effective in keeping the surface roots of plants cooler as it lowers the soil temperature. It also keeps the moisture in the soil and preventing the plants from becoming drought stressed. An added benefit is the reduction of weeds. Mulches inhibit the germination of weed seeds due to lack of light if if they are applied thickly enough.

There are two types of mulch:

Organic mulches are materials that contain carbon and were once a living organism which are able to decompose. There are large particle mulches such as pine bark and small particle mulches such as pea straw.

Examples of organic mulches are:

Inorganic mulchs are not able to decompose and don't need to be re-applied as regularly, perhaps every 2-3 years.

Examples of inorganic mulches are:

When you are choosing a mulch, you need to think about what type of atmosphere you wish to create in your garden and whether you want the mulch to be the centre of attention or to blend into the back ground. Only you can answer these questions because choosing mulch depends on your personal taste.

Another point to consider when choosing mulch is the particle size. Mulches that are made up of small particles, tend to compact preventing the oxygen and moisture penetrating through. They can also become hydrophobic which means particles get a waxy coating around them causing the water to run off and be wasted. This also happens with mulches that have large particles. The best mulches are ones that contains a mixture of small, medium and large particles as the different size particles don't compact.

One mistake I made with a garden I was looking after was I put down a thick layer of cow manure as a mulch and low and behold it formed a crust on the top and became water resistant. When I dug under the cow manure, to my horror, I discovered the soil was bone dry. So I recommend caution in using cow or horse manure as a mulch.

Advantages of Mulch

Before you apply your mulch, it is a good idea to water the garden because if the soil is dry, and the mulch compacts, it is even more difficult to get the water to infiltrate your soil. If you apply wood products such as saw dust or wood chips then I suggested you put down some extra nitrogen such as blood and bone or compost to prevent nitrogen draw down deficencies. Nitrogen draw down is when the micro-organisms take the available nitrogen from the soil and use it to break down the mulch. This usually only happens with young plants, older plants it is not a problem.

Current thought is that you apply your mulch to about 30mm thick. It is still effective in keeping the soil temperatures lower but does not raise the soil level as quickly.

Raising the Soil Level

Plant roots need oxygen and if over the years you have been applying large particle mulches, the soil level increases. This depletes the soils ability to exchange oxygen and carbon dioxide. It also causes problems with water infiltration. Often the moisture never makes to the soil surface.

It is a difficult problem to solve as we do need to mulch our gardens to save water. One solution is to take off the mulch in late autumn/winter and reapply it in spring at a thinner rate. Another option is to use the straw type mulches as they break down much quicker. I also recommend adding watering holding products around the plants that are precious to you.

Types of Mulch

Pea straw is an excellent mulch which breaks down at a moderate speed (around 12 months). Peas are a legume crop, which adds nitrogen to the soil.

Pebbles can look good for a short period but weeds and dirty get in them. Pebbles are more a fashion item, can become dated very quickly

Barks are excellent but can cause nitrogen drawn down and you must make sure they do not contain arsenic.

Glass is usually coloured and is a fashion statement. Usually only cover small area. Again, will get dirty over time and weeds seeds will germinate in between the glass.

Animal manures and compost, excellent but must make sure they don't cause an impermeable layer preventing moisture getting through.

Peanut shells are excellent, except you need a lot of them and they take years to break down.

Never use black plastic, it starves the soil of oxygen, moisture and can raise the soil temperature and kill your plants roots and miro-organisms.

Purchasing Mulch

You can purchase pine bark and eucalyptus mulch in 30 litre bags at your local nursery or by the cubic square metre from a soil merchant. If you need large amounts, it is cheaper to order them from a soil merchant. If you only need a small amount, then it is easier to buy it in bags.

Pea straw often comes in bales but can be very messy if not wrapped in plastic. If you are buying the old fashion bales, ask your local nursery if they can be delivered to your home to save you getting pea straw all through your car. You can buy pea straw at your local nursery or soil merchant.

At the beginnng of this article, I mentioned there are some down sides to mulching, the biggest one being raising of the soil level. If you are aware of this problem and manage it I think the over all benefits out weigh the negatives. I prefer peastraw/lucern type mulches as they don't build the soil level up as quickly and they break down quickly becoming humus and thus improving the soil structure. I have observed that when I didn't mulch my garden beds, the soil was drying out much quicker and I was watering more. Once I mulch with sugar cane, I Buy Cannabis Australia didn't notice the soil drying out as quickly and cut down on my watering.

Overall, I recommend mulching, as it does reduce the amount of water you need and it does help to keep the soil cooler during summer.